AI: The Most Valuable Engineering Breakthrough: The Future

AI: The Most Valuable Engineering Breakthrough: The Future

Apple, Google, Uber, GM, Ford all investing in AI developments include driverless cars, robotics, vision systems and other AI breakthroughs

As I shared in last week’s article, artificial intelligence (AI) is a fast growing industry that is currently offering many futuristic applications! In this second of three parts I will explore 6 fields that will be dramatically impacted by future AI developments. They include work and jobs, healthcare, vehicles, … Read More


11 Signs To Spot A Bad Recruiter

Happy 2016! With the new year upon us and many companies hiring again, a prudent job seeker’s New Year’s resolutions should include preparing for a job change. One avenue that can assist you is having a professional, executive recruiter in your corner. Unfortunately, there are a lot of bad recruiters.… Read More


5 U.S. Census Bureau Holiday Figures Confirm Improved Engineering Recruiting in 2016

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us at the technical and engineering recruiting firm Strategic Search Corporation.

Five U.S. Census Bureau Figures Confirm Improved Engineering Recruiting

On this special day, I wanted to share five key holiday-related facts and figures from the U.S. Census Bureau that point to … Read More


Improve Your Technical Recruiting By Hiring A Veteran

The goal of most corporate management is hiring the best technical candidates to achieve company goals. Therefore, as a technical recruiter I am always trying to recruit the best technology talent for my client’s staffing needs. This includes recruiting development, process, automation, manufacturing, application, software, construction and civil engineers. Additionally, … Read More


Employers added 271,000 jobs in October, Engineers Remain Scarce!

2The Labor Department reported this morning that U.S. employers added jobs at their strongest pace this year last month. Nonfarm payrolls rose a seasonally adjusted 271,000 in October. Additionally, government revisions showed employers adding 12,000 more jobs in September and August than previously estimated.

The unemployment rate, which is obtained … Read More